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  • From: 26 Feb 1826
    • 28 February [1826]. Mary Moulton-Barrett to EBB. BC, 1, 235–239. (Letter 228). The news ran like lightning last night thro’ the nursery to … [BL] 26005-00

    • [4] April [1826]. Mary Moulton-Barrett to EBB. BC, 1, 240–242. (Letter 229). As I have but a poor opinion of words, when they are … [BL] 26007-00

    • 28 May 1826. EBB to Edward Moulton-Barrett (father). BC, 1, 243–244. (Letter 230). A Joy was pulsing at my heart … [Wellesley] 26008-00

    • [ca. June 1826]. EBB to Mary Moulton-Barrett. BC, 1, 244. (Letter 231). I cant afford you many lines beloved Mama for Trippy … [BL] 26003-00

    • [ca. June 1826]. Elizabeth Moulton to EBB. BC, 1, 245. (Letter 232). Papa when on board the ship Elizabeth sailing for England … [Berg] 26008-20

    • June 1826. EBB to Uvedale Price. Author’s draft at ABL. (Letter 232.5). Your letter has given me as much pleasure as any letter … [            ] 26010-00

    • June 1826. EBB to Uvedale Price. BC, 1, 245–247. (Letter 233). Tho’ I recieved your sheet of observations at Hastings more … [BL] 26009-00

    • 12 June 1826. Uvedale Price to EBB. BC, 1, 247–249. (Letter 234). I had heard with much satisfaction, from Mrs Barrett’s … [ABL] 26011-00

    • [26 June] [ca. 1826]. EBB to Edward Moulton-Barrett (brother). BC, 1, 250. (Letter 235). Admit an alphabetic address, actively abetting affection, … [Berg] 20002-00

    • 1 July 1826. Uvedale Price to EBB. BC, 1, 250–255. (Letter 236). This very amicable controversy, may, I think, be of use to … [ABL] 26012-00

    • 12 July [1826]. John Kenyon to EBB. BC, 1, 255–257. (Letter 237). I had scarcely quitted you, when I thought that I had been … [Wellesley] 26013-00

    • October 1826. EBB to Uvedale Price. BC, 1, 257–261. (Letter 238). EBB’s fair copy at Huntington. Mr. Price’s desire that I should read these sheets with the … [            ] 26014-00

    • 1 October [1826]. Samuel Moulton-Barrett (brother) to EBB. BC, 1, 261–262. (Letter 239). I recieved your kind letter on Wednesday and I dare say you … [Eton] 26015-00

    • [ca. November 1826]. EBB to Henrietta Moulton-Barrett. BC, 1, 262–263. (Letter 240). Transcript in private collection. You desired to know how I got on, so you shall have a few … [            ] 26002-00

    • 17 November 1826. Uvedale Price to EBB. BC, 1, 263–270. (Letter 241). As I have taken the liberty of calling you Ba, I shall not … [ABL] 26017-00

    • [ca. December 1826]. EBB to Uvedale Price. BC, 1, 271–274. (Letter 242). As you have permitted me to express opinions on more … [ABL] 26016-00

    • 20 December 1826. Uvedale Price to EBB. BC, 1, 274–277. (Letter 243). When Luxmoore was with us, a little before he called at … [ABL] 26018-00

    • 30 December 1826. EBB to Uvedale Price. BC, 1, 277–281. (Letter 244). I have defered writing to you, in the hope of being enabled … [ABL] 26019-00

    • [ca. January 1827]. Uvedale Price to EBB. BC, 2, 6–22. (Letter 246). Copy in EBB’s hand at ABL. This letter will be entirely on the Charterhouse … [            ] 27004-00

    • 11 January 1827. Uvedale Price to EBB. BC, 2, 1–6. (Letter 245). Dr Russel’s answer does not give me the idea of such a … [ABL] 27011-00

    • 26 January 1827. EBB to Uvedale Price. Author’s draft at ABL. (Letter 246.5). You will be surprised to hear Dr. Russell’s “wishes” & … [            ] 27012-00

    • [February 1827–1835]. Hugh Stuart Boyd to EBB. Collection of about 130 letters offered for sale by Last, Unidentified Catalogue, [ca. 1927], item 53. [            ] 27012-10

    • 11 February 1827. EBB to Septimus Moulton-Barrett. BC, 2, 22–23. (Letter 247). When my last song was said for thee … [Wellesley] 27013-00

    • 16 February 1827. Uvedale Price to EBB. BC, 2, 24–29. (Letter 248). In the course of a few days you will probably receive a MS … [ABL] 27014-00

    • [23–24 February 1827]. EBB to Henrietta Moulton-Barrett. BC, 2, 29–31. (Letter 249). Transcript in private collection. I met a returning carriage as I went into the Castle Court … [            ] 27007-00


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